Starting with iOS 14, Apple displays privacy information for every app available in the Apple Store. iOS 14 provides much-needed privacy notice in easy-to-understand language. With the new privacy feature of iOS 14, you can easily find out what data the app uses or what information the app uses to track you.
Therefore, Apple introduced the much-needed privacy feature. Although Android did not initially have this feature, Android users can install an app called ‘od exodus’ to review the installed application.
The Exodus app for Android displays all the trackers the app uses to track you. Not only that, but Exodus also helps you identify all types of permissions that the app grants by default. So, Exodus is an app that enables you to determine which trackers and permissions are embedded in the apps installed on your device.
Find out which apps are using trackers to track you.
In this article, we will share a detailed guide to learn how to use Exodus on any Android smartphone to find out how much data the app asks of you.
Step 1. First, download and install Exodus on your Android smartphone.
Step 2. When done, open the app and wait for the app to collect the information. Wait until the application collects information.
Step 3. When done, click on the application whose details you want to know.
Step 4. Select Any app you want to know to track.
Step 5. Scroll down to see the list of permissions granted by the application by default. The app has provided with 48 permissions, including reading SMS, send SMS, write contact, access network status, change WiFi status, and more.
This way, you can review all the apps installed on your Android. This guide will help you understand how much data the app will take.
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